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making a mental note to watch this later since im at work right now!KeepItFvncy,M.E.
Thanks for this tutorial. I've been following your blog for quite a while and have always asked myself how you get that awesome hair. I'll give it a try, i have like really straight hair (chinese hair haha) and waves never last. Do you have any recommendations of regular brand products i can use instead of the ones that you used? I won't find yours here in Panama. Thanks!
great tute!!great blog!loving the postsstop by some time xx
thank you!as for any other recommendations in products, i honestly can not recommend any others since I have been using the wen products for the last 8 years and i really don't trust anything else. you can check out www.chazdean.com for more info. they do ship overseas :)
Lovely blog Love & hugsminnjahttp://minnja.blogspot.com/
love this post, i adore victorias secret!XOXO, BECCAwww.fashion-train.co.uk &http://fashion-train-fix.blogspot.com
your hair looks amazing! I'm insanely terrible with round brushes though, that last time I used one it got stuck in my hair ha, maybe I'll give it another try :)xxRachelhttp://blushingtulips.blogspot.com/
I love this, great ideas for awesome hair days.
Anna Thanks, i'll check their site!
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Your hair is AMMMMMMMMMMMMAZING! Love that VOLUME and you look like an ANGEL! stunning! xo The Beckerman Girlshttp://BeckermanBitePlate.com
First of all, you are freakin' adorable!Secondly, thank you so much for this video. I've been using a curling iron to make pin curls and just haven't gotten the perfect result yet. This looks so much more effective!~Britt~http://www.thereformedtomboy.blogspot.com
aww thank you!!
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